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a half of a foot of snow as the eagles took on the lions and they watched the ravens take on the vikings in zero visibility. they are racing to get the lights back on and thousands are living without power across the country and with the theft of new ice accumulations more outages could be on the way. all that and the official start of winter is still two weeks away. and winter of course still has the grip over much of the country. at least check airports reporting delays of deicing the planes and keep that in mind here and the northeast and the moisture will continue through the day. winds are pulling from the south and west and keeping the air a tad bit milder and instead of all the wintry precipitation we dealt with yesterday there is more in the way of rain today and new york city with the quick burst of snow it will get washed out before another round moves in and we have a number of advisories posted and travel plans along i-95 you will encounter slick spots and give yourself plenty of time and of course make sure that you provide a little bit of extra space between you and the car
in the background as the eagles and lions combined for eight touchdowns, but there was only one extra point attempt because kicking was impossible, with about eight inches of snow on the ground. the eagles were victorious. for all the snow yesterday, it's the boys of summer on everyone's mind today, specifically three men whose resumes are as long as july is hot. joe torre, bobby cox and tony la russ russa will be ensliehrined in t hall of fame. they led their teams to 17 pennants and eight world series titles. torre won four of those championships with the new york yankees, including three straight from '98 through 2000. larussa won nearly as many games as he made calls to the bull pen, finishing his career third on the all time wins list. while cox only claims a single championship banner, he skippered the braves to 14 straight post season appearances. >>> the pop culture lead now. given the kind of weather most of us suffered through this weekend, it's no wonder a movie named "frozen" took top spot at the box office, hauling in more than $31 million in its second weekend. that was enough to deth
its self in a frame for an eagle selfie. >> two new york favourites will spend some time together. the piano man, will be a recurring act at maddison square garden. >> maddison squared garden was the place for me. >> he plans to play a concert every month. they'll start in january and keep going as loppings -- as long as his fans turn up >> look at this picture, of morgan freeman. it looks like a photograph. it was created with an ipad and a finger. it took artist kyle lambert 200 hours to create the image. as we wrap up the first shower stephy is here with some stories we are following. >> the engineer at the control of a derailed train in new york city was dazed. it was going 82 miles per hour when it left the tracks, killing four. vice president joe biden arrives in chooena, in meetings with chinese leaders. he is expected to discuss a territorial dispute. pensioners are taking a hit in michigan and illinois. on the same day he's lifting sanctions. lawmakers past a bill to cut retirees benefits. ahead in the next hour, rebooting obamacare, now that the health care website is i
about philadelphia. that is coming soon. >> absolutely i will be in philadelphia for the eagles-lions game. coverage on al jazeera. now we are talking college football. it was championship game saturday. there was a game that could send shock waves. a win over michigan. they came to play. for the first time this season - 72 yards for a touch down. cook at it again. michigan state up 17-0. early in the second half miller they were late first. miller with a second touch down. six yards out. 24 unanswered points from the buck eyes, and it was party on time. michigan state ended on a 17-nothing run and starting to bin 34-24 to punch a ticket to the rose ball, knocking ohio state out of the b.c. s picture. across the football nations, the buckeyes loss. tiger on tiger. number 3 and number 5 share a nickname. nick marshall shared the ball with missouri three time via a fumble. losing two of them. mason 194 yard and two scores in the first. auburn 28-27 at the break. whatever was said the half-time did not work. corey grant at 55 yards, that score. put the hurt on the tigers and missou
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